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UNDERGRADUATE MINORS



Chemistry Minor

Description

The battery of courses required for a minor in chemistry provides a selection of inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry. The 29-34 credit hours minor complement all baccalaureate programs, especially those leading to a Bachelor of Science degree.

Curriculum

To receive a minor in chemistry, students must earn a 2.0 GPA in 29-34 hours of course work as outlined below.

Requirements:

  • CHEM 1315 - Fundamentals of Chemistry I (3 hrs)
  • CHEM 1315L - Laboratory for CHEM 1315 (1 hr)
  • CHEM 1316 - Fundamentals of Chemistry II (3 hrs)
  • CHEM 1316L - Laboratory for CHEM 1316 (1 hr)
  • CHEM 2310 - General Organic Chemistry I (3 hrs)
  • CHEM 2310L - Laboratory for Chemistry 2310 (1 hr)
  • CHEM 2311 - General Organic Chemistry II (3 hrs)
  • CHEM 2311L - Laboratory for CHEM 2311 (1 hr)
  • CHEM 2210 - Analytical Chemistry (2 hrs)
  • CHEM 2210L - Laboratory for CHEM 2210 (1 hr)
  • CHEM 3310 - Biochemistry (3 hrs)
  • Advanced Nutrition (3 hrs)
  • CHEM 4410 - Toxicology (3 hrs)
  • Chemistry Research (1-6 hrs)

Total (29-34 Credit Hours)

English Minor

Description

The battery of courses required for a minor in English provides a selection of advanced writing courses and a comprehensive survey of literature and critical theory. The 18 credit hour minor in English complements all other degree programs in that the course work (a) enhances critical thinking skills, (b) increases general knowledge, (c) fosters cultural awareness and respect for differences, and (d) expands literacy (reading and writing) and oral communication skills. Thus, students receiving the minor should prove successful and competitive both in their academic and professional careers.

Curriculum

To receive a minor in English, students must earn a 2.0 GPA in 18 credit hours of course work as outlined below.

Requirements:

  • ENGL 2310 - Introduction to Literature (3 hrs)
  • Literature Survey (6 Credit Hours): ENGL 2335 - British Literature I (3 hrs) and ENGL 2336 - British Literature II (3 hrs); or ENGL 2345 - American Literature I (3 hrs) and ENGL 2346 - American Literature II (3 hrs)
  • Advanced Writing Elective: ENGL 2320 - Academic Discourse (3 hrs) or ENGL 3335 - Technical Writing (3 hrs)
  • Any 3000 level literature/critical theory course (3 hrs)
  • Any 4000 level literature/critical theory course (3 hrs)

Total (18 Credits Hours)

Psychology Minor

Description

The undergraduate minor in psychology introduces students to the field of psychology. This minor would be an advantage to anyone majoring in a health field or any other disciplines related to working with people.

Curriculum

To receive a minor in psychology, students must earn a 2.0 GPA in 18 hours of course work as outlined below.

Requirements:

  • PSYC 1310 - Introductory Psychology (3 hrs)
  • PSYC 2000 Level (6 hrs)
  • PSYC 3000-4000 Level Elective (9 hrs)

Total Credit Hours (18)